Children's Mental Health Week 2022
Children's Mental Health Week is taking place on the 7th-13th February 2022.
This years theme is 'Growing Together'.
This is an opportunity for children and adults to reflect and talk about things they enjoy doing that helps them to unwind and feel good. Whilst recognising signs of worry and when and how to access support on and offline.
We know that children and young people experience enormous amounts of pressure and abuse both on and offline. Below is a list of organisations who can provide information and support for children's mental health and wellbeing:
Bereavement and grief (Child Bereavement UK)
Divorce and separation (Young Minds)
Getting ready to start school (Place2Be)
Adolescence and growing up (The Mix)
Eating disorders (Beat)
Addiction and drugs (FRANK)
Special needs and disabilities (Scope)
Autism (National Autistic Society)
LGBTQ+ (Strong Family Alliance)
Gender diversity and transgender (Mermaids)
Please note, this is not an exhaustive list and we are unable to signpost to every organisation.
We can support you in raising awareness and resilience in children and young people!
Here at ECP we offer workshops to enrich and support the delivery of Relationships Education, Relationships Sex Education (RSE) and the Health Education Curriculum.
Our workshops are interactive, engaging and highly informative classroom-based workshop facilitated by one of our innovative safeguarding specialists.
There are a number of topics you can select from which help to raise awareness and resilience. The wellbeing and safeguarding of children and young people underpins all of the work we do.
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